Nutritional Psychiatry: Does Your Choice of Food Help Your Mental Health?

Tina Ureten

Mental Health Nutrition (Nutritional Psychiatry) is an emerging nutritional science that explores the changes that nutritious diets can make to one’s mental health. Studies support the conclusion that the diets of people with mental health disorders lack critical nutrients for brain health.

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Win a BB Holistics Weighted Blanket (valued at $249)

Donna Costa

BB Holistics is giving away an amazing Weighted Blanket with Far Infrared (valued at $249). Enter your name for a chance to win!

Weighted health blankets are known to help improve sleep quality, ease restlessness, and improve concentration. BB Holistics is giving away an amazing prize that can be used by anyone in your family.  

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Mental Health in the Workplace

Tina Ureten

Working can be a critical part of maintaining one's mental health. It can motivate people, give them the opportunity to learn, grow, be productive, and play an essential role in their well-being. On the contrary, the workplace can also be a stressful and dangerous environment detrimental to mental health.

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Health Effects of EMF on Babies, Fetuses, and Children

Tina Ureten

EMF / RF signals and radiation can come from many electronic sources such as cell phones, smart meters, tablets, computers, radio and television signals, radar, satellite stations, and 5G towers. Studies have shown that fetuses and babies are susceptible to the negative effects of these signals.

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Digital Addiction: What You Need to Know

Tina Ureten
Digital addiction can be characterized by a psychological or behavioural dependence on electronic devices. This addiction is rarely the device’s fault but rather the usage of apps and games fuelled by the internet.

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5 Ways on How to Boost Your Emotional Intelligence and Support Your Mental Health

Tina Ureten
Emotional intelligence is how well individuals identify and manage their own emotions and their reactions to the feelings of others. Understanding how those emotions will shape your thoughts and behaviour will lead to greater control over your actions and establish skills to manage yourself more adequately.

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10 Ways How to Detox Your Home In An Affordable Way

Tina Ureten

Overwhelming scientific evidence indicates that the air in our homes is polluted, and illness caused by these pollutants can cause a serious threat to our health. But detoxing your home doesn't have to be overwhelming. It can be affordable and simple. Just a couple of changes can improve the health of your home, everyone in it and the planet itself.

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Symptoms of Anxiety: The Most Common Form of Mental Illness

Tina Ureten

We all have feelings of anxiety, fear and worry sometimes. These can be normal responses to specific situations and are often considered healthy emotions. However, when a person regularly feels disproportional anxiety, it might become a medical disorder. This can interfere with daily routine and cause sleep problems.

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What is the Best Bedroom Lighting for Sleep?

Tina Ureten

Light is an important external factor affecting sleep. We know that blue light can have a negative impact on your melatonin hormone levels. Exposure to green and violet light could also affect your sleep quality and quantity.To help maintain your natural sleep cycle, avoid direct bright light before bedtime.

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Are Afternoon Naps Good for You?

Tina Ureten

Napping offers various benefits for healthy adults, including: Improved mood, relaxation, increased alertness, better memory, etc. Napping can also help you manage stress and reduce fatigue. But taking naps at the wrong time of day or for too long can sometimes backfire. Learn how to make the most out of your naps.

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